Tag Archives: “walk in my shoes”

In the shoes of… Julie Christie | Dementia researcher

Today I am delighted to host a guest blog from Julie Christie. And, you guessed it, there is another ‘twitter story’ behind this fascinating contribution to the series… As many of you will know, there are many very interesting and … Continue reading

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You (we!) must be the change you (we!) want to see in the NHS*

As the creator of Whose Shoes? my pledge for #NHSChangeDay is to help people in the #NHS & their partners work together for positive change! — Gill Phillips (@WhoseShoes) March 12, 2013 This is my pledge for NHS Change Day. … Continue reading

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